Tips to Consider for Long Term Car Hiring

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Have you ever considered renting a car for long term hiring? A long-term car rental offers many advantages. Renting a car in Uganda isn’t just a good idea when you’re going on holiday, with hire options from several weeks to several months, it can also change the way you move every day, making your life easier and helping you to save money too.

Whether you’re looking for an alternative to a long-term business car lease or a safe family car for the holidays, our monthly car rental options are an ideal solution if you don’t want the commitment of a short-term car lease.

What are the benefits of cheap Uganda self-drive long-term car hire?

Hiring a car can be stressful but at cheap Uganda self-drive our goal is to make it as easy as possible. This promise goes for our long-term car hire service as well. Some of the benefits include:

  • There are no hidden fees – What you see is what you get. Unlike aggregators all prices you’ve selected are exactly what you will get, no hidden fees, no surprising extra costs.
  • There no price depreciation or maintenance costs – sometimes you need a car for more than a month. Regardless how long you keep the car for we promise there will be no price depreciation or any extra maintenance costs on your part.
  • Extensive Fleet – A wide range of vehicles are available from a small hatchback to a luxury automatic
  • There are no deposit required – At the start of your rental, we will ask your card issuer to temporarily hold a sum of money for us.
  • It is quick and simple to rent your vehicle – With our experienced customer service staff, simply book online or give us a call and tell us what you need, and we can arrange everything respectively.
  • It has High quality, low mileage and well-maintained vehicles
  • There is no financial risk – no capital outlay or residual value risk

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